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  • Audio CD (21 Aug. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN: B000FL7BV0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 104,812 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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So it arrived on Tuesday and I thought i'd give it a listen, not being a big fan and being advised to buy it by so many people I know from around town I thought i'd give it a shot.

It's not what I expected at all, I thought it was going to be average and drone on a little but after listening to it for a few hours this morning while working it's kind of grown on me. People were comparing them to an awful lot of other people but I personally think they have their own unique sound. The vocals are amazing, really gruff and they work really good together. It's actually easy listening.

I was told the best songs were 'A Trigger Full Of Promises' and 'The Haunted', they are for sure great songs but the two which stood out more for me were 'And The Dead Walk Again' and 'Plastic'. I think these songs stood out most because although alot of the time the vocals sound very similar and it can get quite dull these are the two with the most differing vocals. Plus they seem to have taken a rather different approach as the music as a whole sounds really different which is good to hear on an album.

I would advise anybody to purchase this as like I say I was doubtful and risked it and I have been listening to it for abput 5 hours now and think it is truly amazing, a great buy and if i'm honest i'd say it is in my top 5 fave releases so far this year. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.
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Walls of Jericho have a special gift, namely the ability to make the power-metal workbook sound refreshing and dynamic, despite the number of half-assed pretenders clogging that scene like so much audio cholesterol. Their no-so-secret weapon is fearless singer Candace Kucsulain, who doesn't assume any of the clichéd roles of women in metal, sonically or socially (at gigs, she's caught stagedivers with her face more than once without having to tell the world about it in a friggin' blog). The 11 tracks on With Devils Amongst Us are ferociously propelled by guitarists Chris Rawson and Mike Hasty's bone-crunching chug, with drummer Dustin Schoenhofer sterring the time changes and breakdowns with the same kind of aplomb one uses to elude law enforcement. Only "No Saving Me," a power ballad that finds Kucsulain unnecessarily sounding like Maynard James Keenan, drags the proceedings down.
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With Devils Amongst Us All is probably the most brutal album I have heard this year.

With gut wrenching vocals, bone shaking guitars and battering drums, this is no doubt a brilliant album.

But, as it is a good album there is one downside. And that is the samey sound to the vocals.

In my opinion, they are abit flat.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x965dd618) out of 5 stars 6 reviews
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HASH(0x9568a1b0) out of 5 stars Buy this if you're looking for some really good heavy music 23 Aug. 2006
By nosajmunson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Walls of Jericho (Detroit's hardest working hardcore band) have made their tightest album to date "With Devil's Amongst Us". The song's here hit the mark every time with vicious, heavy guitar driven hardcore led by Candace's penetrating vocals. The lyrics here have meaning and purpose. The guitar work is brutal, pummeling fast and non-stop.

The songs on this disc have a more structured feel compared to the more free form hardcore style on their previous albums. All of the tracks here are good. Some standouts:

Track 1 - "A Trigger full of Promises" has one of the best lines on the album "If I load this gun, would you hold it to your heart and give your life for love"

Track 2 - "I know Hollywood and you ain't it" at 00:54 seconds, the guitar has this heavy old school thrash feel to it which carries through the rest of the song. Good stuff

Track 3 - "Hope you Die" is a quintessential Walls of Jericho song with demon speed guitar & magnum force vocals that make you want to tear *stuff* up.

Track 6 - "The Haunted" starts off slow & eerie with this chanting then gets going. The chanting turns into the chorus. Makes for a good fight song!

Track 9 - "No Saving Me" is a great mellow tune that shows off the band's musical talent. Plus Candace really flexes her singing skills (Reminds me of Angel off of 'The Bound Feed the Gagged').

This album is a must for Walls of Jericho fans. It should be required for any hardcore or metal fan. If you dig it & want to hear more Walls of Jericho check out 'The Bound Feed the Gagged' and 'All Hail the Dead'. Plus if you ever get a chance to see these guys live, do it. They are one of the most intense bands you'll ever see.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9568a204) out of 5 stars 110% Improvement 15 Sept. 2006
By B. Hovanec - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After hearing the first single "Trigger Full Of Promises" on the headbangers ball cd i thought well this is a great improvement from their other albums. I decided to go ahead and give this album a chance and picked it up at best buy. After listening to the whole album i wondered if this was the same band.

The songwriting on this album has improved so much. the guitar riffs are much more intricate and thrashy, the drums are fast, pounding and full of brutal fills, and the vocals are very angry and brutal. The breakdowns are much improved as well. I know people wont agree with me on this one but i feel most of these breakdowns are better than the new unearth album.

Each song stands out on its own for each specific reason which is good cause it gives you an album that you have to listen to from start to finish. The most suprising element about this album is the ballad song which is number 9. The singer actually sings and sound really good and it has a nice solo in the song. It remings me of lacuna coil. It is also a good break between the destruction so you can catch your breath before the last two punishing tracks.

I suggest this album for anyone that likes unearth, shadows fall or any band that has either thrash elements or who likes great breakdowns. Go pick it up cause they deserve the exposure!!!
By S. Deciantis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Walls of Jericho is one of the hardest-hitting bands I've heard. This record may be their best from start to finish. Candace's vocals are probably the most brutal I've heard from a female vocalist, and I've heard pretty much all of them. She screams with such passion - I've read reviews that said that this record didn't have the same angst, and that is completely untrue. If you like metalcore with solid guitar parts, some good breakdowns mixed in, and passionate lyrics and vocals, the first three tracks will have you hooked. I like all their records, but this is probably my favorite.
HASH(0x9568a48c) out of 5 stars Candice could tear your face off... 27 Mar. 2007
By 3...2...1... ROCK - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...and eat it for dinner and you'd still have a smile on your face after listening to this album! This entire album is pure insanity with crushing guitar riffs, pounding drums, and ear shattering screams! Between falling in dark love with this album and seeing them perform it live, all other hardcore bands seem to be striving for what Walls of Jericho has achieved. I can't even break down the individual songs because this album is in a class of it's own! Do Your self a favor and don't pass this one up!
HASH(0x9568a6cc) out of 5 stars Solo's.....Please!!!!!!!! 1 Nov. 2007
By SMH - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This band worked there a**'s off making an album that would be great if they would have scattered 8 to 10, 10 to 20 second guitar solo's over it. There is perfect places for them everywhere, in every song......were is Andy Sneap when he is needed most. Don't believe me, I'm just a 37 year (44 years old) Metal Veteran - Just listen to the New EXODUS cd it will all become LOUD and clear.

Buuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrrnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.....JRK
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